Tomer Ifrah Inside Neve Tirza, Israel’s Only Women’s Prison
"I can imagine that sometimes conflict comes to physical violence but I think that mostly it stays at the level of shouting and verbal abuse. But there’s the other side of it; if you stay close to someone for a long period of time, very strong bonds develop. There is lots of caring and love among the prisoners. It feels like a very close family," says Ifrah.

Tomer Ifrah Inside Neve Tirza, Israel’s Only Women’s Prison

"I can imagine that sometimes conflict comes to physical violence but I think that mostly it stays at the level of shouting and verbal abuse. But there’s the other side of it; if you stay close to someone for a long period of time, very strong bonds develop. There is lots of caring and love among the prisoners. It feels like a very close family," says Ifrah.

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